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US Racetrack Denies That Mexican Drug Cartel Fixed Results of a Race

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More negative news for the racing industry. 

US Racetrack Denies That Mexican Drug Cartel Fixed Results of a Race – Page 1
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The general manager of a U.S. horseracing track denied allegations Monday that the chief of Mexico’s most violent drug cartel had fixed a $1 million race so his own horse would win.

According to two confidential FBI informants, Zetas leader Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, also known as “40,” bragged that he had paid the gatekeepers at New Mexico’s Ruidoso Downs $10,000 “to hold back the horses” competing against his own horse, Mr. Piloto, in the 2010 All American Futurity Race, which Mr. Piloto won.

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